donkey cart

NOUN
  1. a cart with an underslung axle and two seats
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How To Use donkey cart In A Sentence

  • The refugees trek across the desert by donkey cart, with pots, pans and blankets piled high on top. Times, Sunday Times
  • The refugees trek across the desert by donkey cart, with pots, pans and blankets piled high on top. Times, Sunday Times
  • In Cairo, another effigy of the president made its way around the crowd prone on a donkey cart, preceded by a number of boys pretending to march stiff-legged as if in a state funeral procession. Diverse Crowds Unify in Huge, Calm Protest
  • There are deodar forests and donkey carts, smoke-cured villages, ancient petroglyphs and souvenir vendors.
  • But in the midst of the progress in China, the donkey cart is a reminder that life has still not changed much for some people.
  • We swung out of the bazaar, weaved through the rickshaws and donkey carts and the gaudily decorated buses and headed West.
  • A sum of 1/6 was paid per horse cart or 9d per donkey cart for delivering the ice to the ice house from those pools.
  • I rode in a donkey cart for a sightseeing tour of the village of Rogozen.
  • Denis Donohoe whistled merrily that night as he piled the donkey cart, or "creel," with the sods of turf. Waysiders
  • Shops began to open and street vendors hawked vegetables loaded onto donkey carts.
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